Posted on 10/20/2018 by Sundeep Rawal, DDS
|Teeth problems such as stains, discoloration, gaps, cracks, and chips are common issues that affect millions of people. However, despite being common, they have the ability to make you feel self-conscious and embarrassed when in social situations.
Fortunately, if you suffer from any of these imperfections, there is an effective solution in the form of dental bonding.
What is Dental Bonding?
Dental Bonding is a procedure that involves the application of a malleable substance to the surface of the teeth in order to fix various teeth problems. The malleable substance (the bonding) is made up of a composite resin material, and it has a color similar to that of natural teeth. It bonds with the enamel of the teeth and is indistinguishable from the teeth once the procedure is completed.
Teeth Problems that Dental Bonding Fixes
Dental bonding helps to fix various teeth problems, which include:
By fixing or "hiding" these imperfections, dental bonding gives you bright, attractive, and natural looking teeth that guarantee a bright white smile. As a result, you can enjoy interacting with people in social situations.
Get in Touch with Us for a Better Smile
Do you always feel the need to hide your teeth when smiling or laughing? You do not have to do that anymore. With dental bonding, you can get the smile you have always desired. Get in touch with us today for more information.
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